Karen Nussbaum describes how "Working America," a community organization launched by the AFL-CIO for non-union members which she directs, grew by leaps and bounds in its first year. Topics: labor, community, non-union
The Communications Director of American Rights at Work, Kim Freeman, talks about the EnerSys case, in which in employer sued its lawyers for allegedly misguiding it into an illegal union avoidance scheme. Topics: union, busting, avoidance
Former Labor Board member Sarah Fox tells the back story to the National Labor Relations Board decisions defining a "supervisor" that might severely limit who is eligible to join a union. Topics: labor, union, supervisor, NLRB, NLRA
PUNKCAST#1099 Tiny Masters of Today Kimya Dawson Union Hall, BrooklynJan 20 2007 sponsored by WWWhatsup Online Pinstand with thanks to Union Hall 'new best friends' It's been a long time since we've seen Kimya Dawson in these parts. Her family moved to Seattle a little while back, and then she's been busy infanticipating. Now, thanks to an invitation from The Tiny Masters of Today to join them in playing a big benefit for the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls in NYC, she's back in the... Topics: punkcast, kimya dawson, tiny masters of today, union hall, brooklyn, indie, anti-folk, moldy...